Joe Torre explains why Trea Turner was called out on controversial interference ruling

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Here's how the play transpired from Trea Turner's point of view: he swung, the ball was in play, he ran to first, the ball hit him...and...he's out? Major League Baseball ended up with a toned-down controversy during and after Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday because Anthony Rendon's five RBIs and Stephen Strasburg's pitching made a seventh-inning interference call against Turner moot -- for the most part. It prompted the Nationals dugout to scream at the umpiring crew so often, third base umpire and crew chief Gary Cederstrom approach the Nationals dugout between innings to tell Martinez to calm his colleagues, according to multiple Nationals players.

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